A Queenslander in the heart of Teneriffe, this is a heritage property with a modern flair. 253 Kent Street has been lovingly restored and reflects the Teneriffe history through its architecture. The inner-city property combines centrality and privacy for the perfect small-family home.

The property has three spacious bedrooms, including a master bedroom that has two built-in robes and an ensuite. A timber verandah wraps around the property joining the master bedroom, the study, the entrance, and the living room. Off from the entrance is the second bedroom and bathroom with a trendy black, clawfoot bathtub and matching fireplace.

There is a second fireplace in the dining room for maximum comfort. This property manages to blend modern features with heritage details such as the secure brick and iron fence surrounding the property and the sloping white timber ceilings.

A double garage, ample storage, a bathroom, and a bedroom are situated on the lower level of the house. The bedroom has a built-in wardrobe and the separation from the top floor means that this room would be ideal as a guest room or has privacy suited to teenagers. The open-plan dining room, kitchen, and living rooms are perfect features for entertaining. Modern elements of the house can be seen in the kitchen such as a combination of stainless steel and white timber design.

253 Kent Street is built with functionality in mind, as the property opens from the living room to the outside deck, garden, and pool. The landscaped gardens surrounding the property add an element of privacy whilst the veranda allows the homeowner a broad view of the neighbourhood. The manicured lawn and glass-framed swimming pool paint a picture of relaxing after a day at work and provide a reprieve from city life.

This property is central, with James Street 400 metres away and the Brisbane River within walking distance.

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